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How can we build stronger relationships? Hear the unique perspective of two religious leaders.
Our last show focused on finding common ground when talking to strangers. In this show, we explore friendship and empathy with two guests who are friends themselves, a Catholic priest and a Protestant pastor.
Father Tim Holeda leads Saint Thomas More Co-Cathedral, and Latricia Scriven is pastor of Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church, both in Tallahassee, Florida.
As religious leaders, our guests offer a perspective many people don’t have these days. They grapple with moral questions in their work that we often don’t consider, and draw on the wisdom of ancient texts to help them navigate our complicated modern world.
Tune in to hear more on this latest episode of Let’s Find Common Ground. Thank you to The Village Square and The Village Square’s God Squad, a politically diverse group of faith leaders, for making this show possible.
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Rev. Dr. Latricia Edwards Scriven
Rev. Dr. Latricia Edwards Scriven is the senior pastor of Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in Tallahassee, Florida. She previously served at the church as Executive Director and Pastor of the IMPACT@FAMU Wesley Foundation at Florida A&M University, and as Pastor of New Life United Methodist Church.
She strives to create spaces that are authentic, energetic, interactive, thoughtful, and engaging. Pastor Latricia is the author of the children’s books, “When Jesus Laughs“, “When Jesus Rests“, “When Jesus Weeps“, “When She Speaks“, and “Laughter Is My Superpower.”
Father Tim Holeda
Father Tim Holeda currently serves as Rector of the Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Tallahassee, Florida, and is the Director of Vocations and Seminarians for the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee. He has been an ordained priest in the Catholic Church since 2011. Father Tim attended seminary at St. Vincent De Paul Regional Seminary in Boynton Beach, FL. He became a Catholic while an undergrad student at Florida State University. He served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve throughout college.